Morning Links: Suspicious Fire Edition



The British Library has put 1 million public domain works online. [Open Culture]

Because of financial trouble, the private studio/museum of Harry Jackson may be forced to close, sending its holdings of his work into the market. [NPR]

Detroit’s beloved Heidelberg Project has been the site of eight suspicious fires since May. [NYT]

Irina Nakhova won this year’s Kandinsky Prize. [The Art Newspaper]

A state-run conglomerate’s rise from an arms dealer to the world’s third-largest auction house has hindered oversight of China’s fraud-ridden art market, experts say. [NYT]

The €100-million, Frank Gehry-desgned Louis Vuitton—Moët Hennessy Museum is due to open in Paris next spring. [The Art Newspaper]

Holland Cotter rounds up his favorite art events from 2013. [NYT]

The Collection Lambert’s expansion project will more than double the French institution’s size. [The Art Newspaper]

“Leonard Lauder [,80] steps out as a single man.” [Page Six]

The Carnegie Museum acquires a Wade Guyton and a Sadie Benning. [WSJ]

Fashion moves in with London’s galleries. [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Suspicious Fire Edition